Sus Minervam non docet. This was the precept by which the ancients referred to the “(human)being” that is «most distant to the human qualities and disciplines», as if to say as far as possible from the Minerva’s wisdom (sapientia). This teaching marks the aggregation of F. Maria Vialardi to the Florentine brigata of the Crusca, at the same time arising in correspondence papers between the writer and the magister Roberto Titi. In the middle of this communication, divided in two different time periods, can be found the literary negotiation for the translation of the Historiae Genuensium by Uberto Foglietta, commissioned to Francesco Serdonati.

«Sus Minervam non docet». Lettere di Francesco Maria Vialardi a Roberto Titi

Luca, Vaccaro
2018

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Sus Minervam non docet. This was the precept by which the ancients referred to the “(human)being” that is «most distant to the human qualities and disciplines», as if to say as far as possible from the Minerva’s wisdom (sapientia). This teaching marks the aggregation of F. Maria Vialardi to the Florentine brigata of the Crusca, at the same time arising in correspondence papers between the writer and the magister Roberto Titi. In the middle of this communication, divided in two different time periods, can be found the literary negotiation for the translation of the Historiae Genuensium by Uberto Foglietta, commissioned to Francesco Serdonati.
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